By MARILYN LESTER**** There’s a double-edged poignancy to Andrea Bell Wolff’s Prisoner of Love. The first is that the show’s original music director was Barry Levitt, who unexpectedly passed away in September, two days before […]
What better way to remember the late Music Director, Barry Levitt than with a swinging cabaret at the Iridium Jazz Club, a venue with which he had many connections. To honor Levitt’s memory and his […]
Tapping into the 1941 Hit Parade: “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” ” Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “The White Cliffs of Dover,” Dawn Derow‘s My Ship explores the emotional climate of America as it entered WWII and opens […]
By MARILYN LESTER**** During the gala opening of the Mabel Mercer Foundation’s 28th Cabaret Convention, Artistic Director and host KT Sullivan brought up an interesting point. The event has never been called a “Festival,” as […]
There will be a memorial service for Barry Levitt, organized by his fellow AFM-802 musicians, on Monday, October 16 at 6 PM, at St. Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Ave. at East 54 Street. All are welcome to attend.
When someone as beloved as Barry Levitt passes on, those who mourn are especially affected. When that transition to the larger life is completely unexpected, the shock and sorrow are magnified immeasurably. So it was […]
Broadway/regional theater/Las Vegas performer Andrea Bell Wolff brings her new cabaret show, Prisoner of Love, back to NYC’s Metropolitan Room on Saturday, September 23. The theme is love in all its guises, and she plays her theme both straight and […]
Ellen’s Stardust Diner, in the heart of the theatre district in Times Square in New York City, is home to the world-famous singing waiters, the Stardusters. The New Faces of 2017 Starduster Showcase: Broadway Night, on […]